Introducing Connie Lafortune, author of The Claiming of Callan

“This was my second time around with Outskirts Press and I would highly recommend them to all aspiring writers. They take care of all the difficult aspects of publishing and leave you time to create your next masterpiece…”

Connie LaFortune is a shift supervisor by day and an author at night. She loves spending time with her family and friends, taking walks along the beach and listening to music…If she’s not in her office, you can bet she has her nose buried in a book. Connie lives in Connecticut with her husband, Alan.

Product description…

My name is Logan Black… I’ve always known I was different, that something dark and twisted lurked just below the surface of my skin. Waiting, for her… Five years of passion and pleasure so intense, we begin and end together. Until one dark and rainy night, my life is forever changed… A heartbeat, a breath, or the blink of an eye, that’s how quickly your perfect life could cease to exist. In a few short weeks, everyone I love is slipping through my fingers… Now, how can I possibly choose between the woman who owns my heart, and a family that needs me? Walking away is the most difficult thing I’ve ever done. I’ve convinced myself she’s better off without me, but the monster inside ache’s for her… Callan will always be the light to my darkness. A year has passed by and I still crave her touch, her body tangled with mine. Until, one phone call changes everything. Now it’s time to claim what’s always been mine. The Claiming of Callan is a passionate and compelling novel—a riveting story of love, heartache and one man’s struggle to live without regrets about decisions he cannot change. Recommended for mature audiences only.

2 thoughts on “Introducing Connie Lafortune, author of The Claiming of Callan

  1. I was curious about how you felt about what your goals were when you published with outskirts. Dog you feel like your book reached a lot of people. I’m a single mother of two girls under two, and I want to make writing my full time job. However I am afraid to take the leap

    1. Hi Michelle, I apologize for not getting in touch with you sooner. I just noticed your comment on the link.
      Since I had already published my first novel, Because of You with them I decided to do it again. They are true professionals and the experience was even better the second time around.
      Doing your own marketing is key to being a successful writer. You can’t expect to write a book and it will sell itself, it’s an ongoing process. I’m still promoting my first book and it was released in 2013.
      Never be afraid to take the leap, Michelle. If you love to write, do it! Just don’t go into it thinking it will be your career. Only a handful are fortunate enough to say they are full time authors. I myself still have a full time job and write in my spare time

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